An Indonesian flight JT610 crashed and plunges into the sea of Jakarta in the early hours of today soon after taking off the airport 15 minutes past 6:20 am in the morning.
According to the official report, the plane was carrying 189 people boarded in it and suddenly lost the contact soon after taking off. The cause of the accident is unanswered yet because, at the time of an accident, the sky was clear to start the journey.
According to the report, A Boing 737 Max, started its journey from the Indonesian capital at 6:20 am and it had the schedule to reach at 7:20 am in Pangkal Pinang airport, on an island chain of Sumatra.
The news came to the limelight by the Kerrawang Police chief, Slamet Waluyo via the Indonesian news channel Metro TV here on Monday giving the details to the people.
The Plane crashed just 1.25 miles or about 2 kilometers from the site. Photos of the crushed debris of the aircraft were posted by SutopoPurwoNugroho (a spokesman for the country’s disaster relief agency) on the twitter on Monday.
Another website, Flightradar24, clearly shows the plane’s flight path merging near the Jakarta Sea on the island of Java.
“We don’t know yet whether there are any survivors,” Syaugi told in the news conference, adding the Pain and distress signal have been received from the site of an accident by the aircraft Emergency locator transmitter.
According to Suyadi post, he received signal at 6:45 am about the report of plane downing from tugboat of Jakarta and it was 7:15 only when he was reported of plane debris near the accidental site.
The rescue operations are underway and via the twitter Boing Updated that they are “closely Monitoring” the situation of the site and will be giving reports about it as soon as they get any information ahead of the rescue operation.